Melnick

Mel·nick

(mel'nick),
John C., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Melnick-Needles osteodysplasty, Melnick-Needles syndrome.
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The author or co-author of more than 140 journal articles, book chapters and technical reports related to the health effects of environmental agents, Melnick has organized several symposiums and workshops on health risks associated with exposure to toxins.
Melnick supplies superb portraits of those involved as they are now and lets the subjects speak about what they did in the Manhattan Project, how they learned as they went and developed their own idiosyncratic methodologies and means of administration, how they understood what they were doing and why, and how they understood the results.
In particular, Manitoba's Water Stewardship Minister Christine Melnick told reporters she found out about the report by reading about it in a local newspaper.
NEW YORK A Primary Stages presentation in association with Ina Meibach, Susan Dietz, Jennifer Manocherian and Barbara Manocherian of a musical in one act with book and lyrics by Christopher Durang, music by Peter Melnick. Directed by Sheryl Kaller.
YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH & WELLNESS RECORD By Karen Melnick
The Manitoba government will not claw-back the federal Universal Child Care Benefit paid to families with children under age six in receiving employment and income assistance, Family Services and Housing Minister Christine Melnick said.
Adrift in Macao in (Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia) This musical spoof from Christopher Durang (score by Peter Melnick) is an irreverent take on Casablanca and orientalist movie cliches.
If official versions of "Black-Jewish relations" have consistently been characterized by certain foundational assumptions, orthodoxies, and frames of reference, the essays by Jeffrey Melnick and Michael Bronski work to challenge some of these assumptions.
In the opening essay Melnick develops a compelling case for the idea that Kant held to a constructivist theory of space and time.
JAY MELNICK, COLORADIO COMMUNICATIONS GROUP, AURORA
Moving forward in time from the 1940s to the 1980s we find, in Daniel Melnick, a humanist criticism which takes Conrad's skepticism and sense of the unknowable much more seriously, but does so ultimately in order to reaffirm a form of certainty and mastery, one which Melnick attributes to the reader rather than to the author or a character.
As suggested by Zeichner & Melnick (1996), school-based SL may not offer teaching candidates the opportunity to contend with issues of diversity and advocacy because the schools themselves do not have structures in place to do so.